ENTER TO WIN: Mouseheart Children’s Book Summer Fun Pack

Screen Shot 2014-06-02 at 9.39.17 AM

Hopper is just an ordinary pet-shop mouse-until he escapes. Soon he finds himself below the bustling streets of Brooklyn, deep within the untamed tangles of transit tunnels, and in Atlantia, a glorious utopian rat civilization.

But all is not as it seems. Hopper misses Pinkie and Pup, the siblings he lost in the escape attempt. Atlantia is constantly threatened by roving rebels who wish to bring the city to its knees. And there are cats everywhere, cats who would normally eat a rodent in a second, but leave the rats unharmed . . . and no one can seem to answer why.

Soon Hopper is caught in the crosshairs of an epic battle, one that spans generations and species. As the clashes rage, Hopper learns terrible, extraordinary secrets. Deadly secrets about Atlantia. Painful secrets about his friends.

And one powerful secret about himself.

CHECK OUT AN EXCERPT OF THE BOOK HERE!!!

MOUSEHEART IS IN STORES AND ONLINE NOW!!! Age Range: 8 – 12 years, Grade Level: 3 – 7

Mouseheart Collage


ABOUT THE AUTHORLisa Fiedler is the author of several novels for children and young adults. She divides her time between Connecticut and the Rhode Island seashore, where she lives happily with her very patient husband, her brilliant and beloved daughter, and their two incredibly spoiled golden retrievers.

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATORVivienne To has illustrated several books, including The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins and the Randi Rhodes, Ninja Detective series by Octavia Spencer. As a child, she had two pet mice escape. She currently lives in Sydney, Australia, with her partner and her ginger cat. Visit her at VivienneTo.com.

To find out more, be sure to visit:

One (1) lucky Lady and the Blog reader receives:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Prize valued at $150

About Me


Check out Vera Sweeney's media kit here.

Subscribe to Lady and the Blog

Looking for weekly updates? Want to receive every recipe, free printable, and contest notification? I would love to have you part of my newsletter community.

.

Comments

  1. DAWN SCHMIDT wrote:

    I am planning on reading a lot of fairy tales with my children.

    Posted 6.2.14
  2. Denise S wrote:

    We plan to read Magic School Bus books.

    Posted 6.2.14
  3. Robin Christofaro wrote:

    My boys love sports so we are always looking for some fun sports books to read! robin(dot)christofaro(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Posted 6.2.14
  4. Elizabeth wrote:

    My kids are now reading harder books for school, but I’m enjoying reading lower garde books with my Sunday School kids at church. Mostly about letters and numbers (3-4 year olds).

    Posted 6.3.14
  5. Mary Happymommy wrote:

    My sons are reading “Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library” and “Counting by 7s”.

    Posted 6.3.14
  6. Karen wrote:

    My son is obsessed with the Little Blue Truck series. I’m hoping to branch out a bit though since i can now recite them by memory.

    Posted 6.3.14
  7. nickie wrote:

    My son will read ton’s of doctor Seuss books

    Posted 6.3.14
  8. beth wrote:

    We would like to read the Leviathan series by Scott Westerfeld
    [email protected]

    Posted 6.3.14
  9. Marci Wright wrote:

    We are re-reading the Harry Potter books – they never get old!

    Posted 6.3.14
  10. Erin M wrote:

    I am reading some Dr. Seuss with my kids, as well as our favorite; Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.

    [email protected]

    Posted 6.3.14
  11. Allison lesley wrote:

    We have tons of books in our bookcase and we buy at least 2 every weekend, The most recent ones we bought are The Monster Alphabet, Count to 10 with a Mouse, and Tea Rex.

    Posted 6.3.14
  12. We always join the library’s reading program. We go at least once a week to the library

    Posted 6.3.14
  13. Leigh Anne Borders wrote:

    We will read the beginning of the Harry Potter series this summer.

    Posted 6.4.14
  14. Colleen Maurina wrote:

    I’m not sure what books we will read but we plan to make regular visits to our local library this summer and let our little guy pick out books. He loves to be read to!

    Posted 6.4.14
  15. Lynne wrote:

    My sons loved the Nate the Great series – we read lots of those when they were little. I am looking forward to introducing my nephew to those books.

    Posted 6.4.14
  16. Michelle C wrote:

    My daughter wants to read Bunnicula and Friends series by James Howe. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

    Posted 6.4.14
  17. Wehaf wrote:

    We want to catch up on the Percy Jackson books.

    Posted 6.4.14
  18. Deanna Allen wrote:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar!

    Posted 6.5.14
  19. Merry wrote:

    We like the Magic Tree House Books and the Little Critter books

    Posted 6.6.14
  20. heather eg kaufman wrote:

    My kids love Thomas readers.

    Posted 6.6.14
  21. Tina Reynolds wrote:

    My youngest I want to do more suess with. My oldest wants to do edragon

    Posted 6.6.14
  22. Debra Hall wrote:

    my granddaughter is only 3 months old but we read to her everyday…her newest books are dr suess

    Posted 6.6.14
  23. Daniel M wrote:

    they still like the dr suess

    Posted 6.6.14
  24. Karen wrote:

    I hope to read the chronicles of narina with my nephew

    Posted 6.6.14
  25. Carly D. wrote:

    I don’t know why but Prudence and the Potty was my favorite book as a kid. It made me laugh so hard. I want to share that with my kids!

    Posted 6.6.14
  26. liz l wrote:

    Harry Potter!

    Posted 6.6.14
  27. Maegan Morin wrote:

    Lately we have been trying to read everything by Enid Blyton (she is amazing).

    Posted 6.6.14
  28. Jennifer Shelton wrote:

    I will start reading Where the Wild things are!

    Posted 6.7.14
  29. Lori Walker wrote:

    we are starting the phantom tollbooth.

    Posted 6.7.14
  30. Luna S wrote:

    We are currently reading the Harry Potter series, we read one to two chapters a night.

    Posted 6.7.14
  31. susan smoaks wrote:

    we are going to read where the sidewalk ends

    Posted 6.7.14
  32. MARIA simon wrote:

    we shall read…paint..play outdoors a lot and try to find sports and fun outside things to do 🙂

    Posted 6.7.14
  33. Jay Reichelsheimer wrote:

    My son loves reading.. its mostly the leapfrog books lately…

    Posted 6.8.14
  34. Candie Luster wrote:

    I do everything I can to get my kids to read books during the summer. It is pulling teeth (they are older). I may need to start bribing them. Thank you

    Posted 6.8.14
  35. Lee McKeon wrote:

    Travel books and state book we are taking a road trip!

    Posted 6.8.14
  36. Tammy Greer wrote:

    I want to read Little Black Ant with my grandson. I read it as a child and I was mesmerized by it then. I want my grandson to experience this great book.

    Posted 6.8.14
    • Tammy Greer wrote:

      LuckyTJG at cs dot com

      Posted 6.8.14
  37. Laurie Emerson wrote:

    We are going to read The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Charlottes Web and then some of our favorites like Cat in the Hat.

    Posted 6.8.14

Comments are closed.